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Trevor-Briscoe, Tim / Guazzaloca, Nicola: One Hot Afternoon (Leo)

Since 1999 the duo of sax/clarinetis Tim Trevor-Briscoe and pianist Nicola Guazzaloca have been playing in Bologna, Italy, giving rise to a unique dialog.

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UPC: 5024792050529

Label: Leo
Catalog ID: CD LR 505
Squidco Product Code: 9488

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2007
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded on June 20, 2006 at Modulab - Casalecchio di Reno, Italy by Marco Biscarini.


Tim Trevor-Briscoe-alto sax, clarinet

Nicola Guazzaloca-piano

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Artist Biographies:

"Tim Trevor-Briscoe Saxophonist, clarinetist, composer.

Italian-British, currently resident in Bologna, who grew up in London. Exhibited at jazz from a young age but initially specialized in classical clarinet (1st clarinet National Youth Concert Band and others)

At the age of 18 he begins to travel as a clarinetist, spending many years in Nepal, India, Africa and ex-Yugoslavia, absorbing rhythms and experiences, dreams and nightmares, then moves to Scotland to finish his studies and here he starts to become more interested in the saxophone and jazz studies."

-Rocco Papia (Translated by Google, corrected by Squidco) (

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"The music of Nicola Guazzaloca integrates a variety of influences and approaches combined with sensitivity through personal choices and goals, working outside of gender, preferring uncompromising communication. Parallel to the deepening of his instrumental language, he elaborates a peculiar approach to composition, music organization and improvisation (under the guidance of Muhall R. Abrahms, Roscoe Mitchell, Anthony Braxton, William Parker, Barre Phillips). In 2007 it was recognized by the specialized press (Jazz Music) among the most talented composers emerging in connection with the work with the quintet Comanda Barabba, avant-jazz training founded in the late 1990s. He has been part of the "Fete Foreign" ensemble, conducted by bassist Barre Phillips and various guitar-led cellist Tristan Honsinger, conducting his solo piano projects (Arcaic Techniques) and ensemble. He composed and played for cinema, theater, dance and multimedia with various awards (Prima Aziz '03, Favolando '04, Interculture Map '05). Since 2007, she has been a teacher of the Ivan Illich Music School in Bologna, where she has coordinated activities and conducts workshops and seminars. He has more than twenty publications (Leo Records, Rai Radio3, Amirani Records, Pig Set, Klopotec, Aut Records ...).

He has performed in international festivals and festivals in Italy, Germany, England, Russia, Portugal, Hungary, Serbia, Austria, Holland, France and Belgium, collaborating, playing and recording with many musicians including Tim Trevor-Briscoe, John Russell, Barre Phillips , Satsou Fukuda, Francesco Guerri, Mezei Szilard, Gianni Mimmo, Hannah Marshall, Gabriele Di Giulio, Tristan Honsinger, Edoardo Marraffa, Silvia Bolognesi, Sabir Mateen, Nils Gerold, Roger Turner, Christian Ferlaino, Piero Bittolo Bon, Luca Bernard, Gaetano Alfonsi Paulo Flaherty, Marcello Magliocchi, Stefano Giust, Carlo Mascolo, Rocco Papia, Lol Coxhill, Eugenio Sanna, Edoardo Ricci, Matthias Boss, Andrea Grillini, Ermanno Baron, Roberto Bellatalla, Davide Lorenzon, Maresuke Okamoto, Alex Ward, Joao Pedro Viegas, Taylor Ho Bynum, Carlos Zingaro, Harri Sjoestroem, Phil Minton, Luo Chao-yun, Thollem McDonas (piano duo), Maryclare Brzytwa, John Hughes, Peter Ajtai, Miklos Szilveszter.

He has given concerts in numerous festivals and shows, including Angelica Festival (Bologna IT), Long Arms Festival (Moscow RU), APositzia Festival (St. Petersburg RU), Ujbuda Jazz Festival (Budapest HU), Kanjiza Jazz Festival ), The Italian Jazz Rebels Festival (XM24 Bologna, the Seldic Meldola IT Area), the International Jazz Festival (Nijni Novgorod RU), the Rai Radio Tre - Battiti Series (Roma IT), Mopomoso (London UK) Orasara Jazz Festival (Orsara IT), Festival of Music Insolentes (Puget Ville FR), Avantgarde Jazz Festival (Imola IT), Sonora Festival Box (Alessandria IT), Massa Sonora Festival (Massalombarda IT), Suddenly Festival (Bologna IT), MamBo - Modern Art Museum (Bologna IT), Bordighera Jazz & Blues (Bordighera IT), Ceglie Jazz Open Festival (Ceglie IT), Monash University - Metastasio Festival (Prato IT), Ivan Il Terribile (Bologna IT) Free Flow Festival (Gravina IT), Limmitationes (Heiligenkreuz im Lafni (IT), Lucca IT (IT), Noise Delivery (Torino IT), Bimhuis (Amsterdam NL), Amigdala (Bologna IT), Jazz Unesco International Day ), Tell no lies (Bologna IT), MIA Music Improvisada Encounter (Atouguia da Baleia PT)."

-Nicola Guazzaloca Website (

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track listing:

1. Introducing The First Gibbering Story 1:39

2. The First Gibbering Story 3:37

3. Searching The Gibbering Blues 2:50

4. Clouds Roots 4:34

5. Irony For Unprepared Piano 4:08

6. Let Cammello Fly 4:08

7. Oh What 5:48

8. The Second Gibbering Story 2:35

9. Oh Which 1:56

10. Froggin' 2:46

11. Flight Of The Spider 6:53

12. The Third Maiorca 2:59

13. Too Much Gibbering 4:49

14. Lullabye-Bye 1:48
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"Tim Trevor-Briscoe (alto sax, clarinet) and Nicola Guazzaloca (piano) started playing together in 1999 in Bologna, Italy. Some pieces recorded here are totally improvised, others consist of written melodies or abstract ideas.Experience and friendship have, through improvisation, given rise to a unique dialogue which explores the musicians' shared memory and at the same time brims with individual creativity."-Leo

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